This thread is a bit old but I still wanted to follow up on it and elaborate on the issue. As AppBuilder
builds hybrid apps on top of the Cordova framework, it depends on the Cordova project template when creating the structure of the iOS projects and applications.
Cordova 3.5 includes English and German localization files in the iOS project template which is why iTunes Connect and the app store reflect these languages as the app languages. These localizations are removed from the iOS project structure in Cordova 3.7 and as soon as AppBuilder
is updated to support the latest Cordova version, you will be able to use the CFBundleLocalizations
key to control the languages displayed within AppStore and iTunes Connect.
At the moment I can't commit to a specific timeframe for the Cordova 3.7 support within AppBuilder
but we will do our best to release this feature by the end of the year.